Courtyard By Marriott Portland Airport
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... wrap for lunch, sat in the park and soaked up some sun for a bit. There was kids playing in the water fountains, dogs running around the park, street bands playing and people enjoying the hustle and bustle of the market... it was cool to just sit and observe the surroundings. We continued around the market and cut through a little street to where we discovered Voodoo Doughnut and a massive queue to go with it, so we opted to sit and have a nice cold cider in the ...
... you hear my voice come through the music?
Would you hold it near as it were your own?
It's a hand-me-down; the thoughts are broken.
Perhaps they're better left unsung.
I don't know, don't really care;
Let there be songs to fill the air.
Ripple in still water,
When there is no pebble tossed, nor wind to blow.
Reach out your hand if your cup be empty;
If your cup is full, may it be again.
Let it be known: there is ...
... energy. Afterwards, Roberta and Dan remained for the parade that still had another 3 hours to begin. I hate to miss any new activity but bailed on this one. My threesome jumped onto the MAX and headed back towards the airport area. A quick turnaround and we went for a tasting of pies at Shari’s – a cute little chain restaurant with ample customers and I don’t mean numbers. This would ...
Well, I'm sorry that I dropped off the map for a while, things got a little crazy at the end, and I got out of the habit of getting my blog done. Some of you probably thought I got thrown in the gulag but surprisingly I have been on my best behavior and besides getting busted trying to sneak a small diet coke bottle into the village, I have done my best to stay under the radar of the fuzzy-hatted Russian Po-po. I really wanted that little coke bottle. It was tiny and ...
... hours are not posted anywhere. By the by, it opens at 1000 hours and is open 24/7/365.
And, since the returning salmon are being processed right now, processed meaning most are euthanized and sold to a buyer, some are sent to holding ponds to be artificially "spawned" next month, and the wild fish are separated from the rest and returned to the Columbia River the #1 response to the fish processing is, da, da dah, da da dahhhh- "Oh, they are killing them?" The process ...